In the D.C. suburbs, residents are raising livestock

06/25/2010 | Washington Post, The

A growing number of Washington, D.C., suburbs are seeing a rise in the number of residents raising pigs, chickens and other livestock for food -- and in complaints from neighbors. In these municipalities and others across the country, loosened livestock rules let suburbanites continue to keep food animals at home.

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